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Thredbo restaurant reports, reviews and pics. Rona edition.

Discussion in 'Thredbo' started by AJS, Jun 18, 2020.

  1. AJS

    AJS One of Us

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    Ha so is riding the Gunbarrel but YOLO :whistle:;)
     
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  2. zac150

    zac150 One of Us Ski Pass: Gold

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    you are clearly experienced oh wise one.
     
  3. rowdyflat

    rowdyflat One of Us Ski Pass: Silver

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    Yeah its difficult if you don't have a kitchen , its amazing what you can do with a microwave.
     
  4. LMB

    LMB Old but definitely not Crusty! Ski Pass: Gold

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    Even better with a multi-pot and a power point!
     
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    rowdyflat One of Us Ski Pass: Silver

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    Yeah in my poorer days customised versions with vegs and 2 minute noodles were good .
    Still make it at work w microwave and angel hair pasta.
    Other quick cookers are cous cous and red lentils.
     
  6. zac150

    zac150 One of Us Ski Pass: Gold

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    It really just changes the convenience, we normally leave Canberra after school (4ish) and head to Jindy, unpack then go and pick up a dinner. Saturday we would normally have a meal pre cooked that we re heat in the oven whilst getting changed.

    This year we will likely try and reverse that and take soup or something re heatable for Friday and pre order a dinner Saturday. (Our fridges aren’t huge in the lodge).

    Thredbo is easier as self contained but it’s still nice to duck out and support friends business.
     
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    sastrugi Beyond the yoga zone Ski Pass: Gold

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    Our lodge is putting on a chef for breakfast-lunch-dinner this year which is a great option (except we're not going). Usually we are supplied 7 breakfasts, 2 dinners and self serve or eat out the rest of the time. Keeps everyone out of the kitchen and also not having to eat out (unless takeaway).

    Also note, no COVID community infections reported from any restaurants in Victoria (nor from BLM rally for that matter) - mainly being exchanged through families and/or lax hotel quarantine security.
     
  8. IcyBindings

    IcyBindings First Runs

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    Went last weekend. Restaurant lines were long but well staffed so didn't spend too much time waiting. Food was priced higher than Sydney (not suprisingly). I would recommend bringing your own food to cook if you are staying at a place with a kitchen.